Ee rojutiki mana aadapillalani US ki pelli chesi pamputhame gaani, chaduvu kosam aithe pampamu, yendukante bhayam, ontariga aadapillani antha dooram pampadaniki, antha yenduku mana akka gani chelli gani bytaki velli intiki ravadam konchem late aina kangaru padipotham lopala yedo teliyani bayam kalugutundi (itu vanti situations lo inka batukuthunnaduku mana meede maname ummesukovali), kaani 1960s lo oka aadapilla chennai nunchi US ki chaduvu kosam velli, akkada yenno kastalu yedurukoni vaatini dee kotti nilabadi tanu anukundi saadinchindi.
Nenu matladedhi Kamala Harris mother, Shyamala Gopalan gari gurinchi…
“You can’t know who Kamala Harris is without knowing who our mother was.” – Maya Harris, Kamala’s sister
You can’t know who @KamalaHarris is without knowing who our mother was. Missing her terribly, but know she and the ancestors are smiling today. #BidenHarris2020 pic.twitter.com/nmWVj90pkA
— Maya Harris (@mayaharris_) August 12, 2020
– VOYAGE TO US
19 yellu Shyamala gariki appudu, 1958 lo chaduvu kosam yenno aashalatho rekkalu kattukoni Madras nundi America ki vachindi. Appudu america lo mana Indians sankya chala takkuva inchu minchu oka padi velaa (10 thousand) mandi vundochu. And moreover appatlo no phones, no international calls, nothing… Kevalam handwritten letters okkate India lo unna Indians ki USA lo unna Indians ki madya bandam.
– A REBEL WITH A CAUSE
Shyamala Gopalan America lo adugu pette naatiki oka pakka Vietnam war maro pakka civil rights moments tho America manduthundi. Mana desam lo mana oorilo mana intlo manam batukuthu kuda pakkana yenni goralu jarguthunna yenni daridarlu jaruguthunna noru moosukoni untam manam (Of course social media lo chelaregipotham lendi) manakenduku ivanni ani. Inka desam kani desam lo manam noru medapagalama, anni musukoni mana pani manam chesukoni batukutham.
Kani Shyamala Gopalan ala kaadu, manaki yenduku le ani hostel room lo kurcholedu, Civil rights movement loki simham la dookindi, poradindi, aadapilla, andulo indian, andulo americans drustilo aame black ee bhayalu yemi amenu aapaledu, protests lo churukuga palgondi…
My mother always use to say, “Don’t just sit around and complain about things. Do something.” I dearly wish she were here with us this week. pic.twitter.com/RHO2VnlZs4
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) August 13, 2020
– A Revolutinary Tale Of Love & Marriage
Ee protests lone Shyamala tana kaaboye bharta Donald J. Harris ni kalisindi. Donald J. Harris oka nalla jaatheyudu. Veelu prema vivaham chesukunnaru, aa pai iddaru koothurlu Maya & Kamala Harris.
Veelu pelli aina 8 years taruvatha vidipoyaru, appati nunchi iddari koothurlani Shyamala rebels ga pencharu. Desam kani desam lo single mother ga iddaru nalla jaathi aada pillalnni penchi chadivinchindi.
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My mother was very intentional about raising my sister, Maya, and me as strong, Black women. She coupled her teachings of civic duty and fearlessness with actions, which included taking us on Thursday nights to Rainbow Sign, a Black cultural center near our home. There we were always greeted with warm hugs and exposed to extraordinary people like Shirley Chisholm, Nina Simone, and Maya Angelou who helped show us what we could become. This #BlackHistoryMonth, I want to lift up my mother and the community at Rainbow Sign who taught us anything was possible, unburdened by what has been.
– A World-Renowned Scientist
Shyamala Gopalan PhD poorthi ayyaka breast cancer pai yentho research chesaru.
Gopalan’s breast cancer research work “sparked many advances regarding the role of progesterone and its cellular receptor in breast biology and cancer, “the world of women affected by breast cancer changed for the better because of [Gopalan’s] presence in it.” said Breast Cancer Action’s obituary.
Aame oka scientist. Breast cancer pai aame chesina research prapanchaniki marga darsakam aindi.
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My mother, Shyamala Gopalan Harris, was a force of nature and the greatest source of inspiration in my life. She taught my sister Maya and me the importance of hard work and to believe in our power to right what is wrong. There’s no one I’d rather honor this first day of #WomensHistoryMonth.